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The mother of three was at the Eureka Dental Group office with her oldest son, Dominic, and 7-month-old Eli. As she began to feed the baby in a back room, Nicole Caraccillo says an assistant told her to stop.
Jeremy Meeks, Stockton’s internet infamous arrestee, will be charged Friday on numerous firearm and gang related charges, the San Joaquin County District Attorney’s Office said.
She feels comfortable with the pack, and like a dog, she’s even tried to get in the backseat of Beth’s car. And when Milkshake is invited, she has no problem hanging out in the house.
Heather Graves with the Modesto Police Department says the girl then walked home and called the cops. The girl was taken to the hospital where she was treated for her bruises and injuries.
CBS13 brought viewers the first clues about money that would be hidden throughout Sacramento the next day.
Those much talked about blue steel eyes were locked behind a heavy steel door last night at the San Joaquin County Jail. Friday afternoon, Meeks was arraigned on eleven felony counts related to firearm possession, street gang membership, and violating his probation.
Water from the hose at the Castlewood Mobile Home Park doesn’t look much different from one from any old tap, but after a closer look, you’ll think twice before taking a sip. Rhonda Little demonstrated the methane levels in her water by pouring a glass and setting it on fire.
A Salt Lake City police officer was placed on leave after refusing an assignment to work at a gay pride parade.
Jeremy Meeks, a 30-year-old convicted felon, was arrested on felony weapons charges as part of Weston Ranch Operation Ceasefire, which targeted an increase in shootings and robberies in the area.
He says his doctors at Kaiser Manteca figured out it was a waterborne bacteria that made him sick—a bacteria so dangerous they’d have to notify the proper authorities.